EMICS – East Midlands Immediate Care Scheme

EMICS is a network of volunteer doctors with specialist training in pre-hospital emergency medicine who assist East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) at the scene of life threatening emergencies.

EMICS is a registered charity which receives no government or NHS funding. Our doctors and staff are all volunteers, and our help is free of charge to the NHS.  All donations to the charity are used to purchase the medical equipment carried by each doctor, without which they would be unable to treat casualties.

We survive through charitable donations.  You may need our help some day.  We need yours now.  Please donate, and help us keep on helping you.

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It costs us between £18-20k to train & equip a new volunteer responder doctor. We rely entirely on fundraising & donations.

Want to help? Spread awareness of #EMICS, share our posts, donate directly, have us as your nominated charity for events! Thank you for your support!

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6 months ago

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Carol, a recent EMICS patient, wrote to us:

‘I want to send deepest thanks to the first responder, EMAS (East Midlands Ambulance Service) paramedic team and EMICS doctor who were all involved in treating my severe ankle injury.

In short, you saved my foot. I can’t find the words. Thank you hardly covers it.’

It’s messages like these that make it all worthwhile. Carol, we wish you a speedy recovery.
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7 months ago

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A huge thank you to Rutland Plastics Limited for donating PPE gear to help protect our volunteer doctors while they attend to sick patients and save lives, and also for giving Oakham School materials to make protective visors in their design department. Here is our chairman Dr Tim Gray collecting the PPE gear (maintaining a two metre distance at all times!). ... See MoreSee Less

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